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Jean-Paul Sartre


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   the winner was   
Jean-Paul Sartre
France, 1905-1980; "for his work which...has exerted a far-reaching influence on our age"
Jean-Paul Sartre
   lifespan was   
1905-1980
French existentialist philosopher
Jean-Paul Sartre
   wrote   
The Words
French existentialist philosopher
Jean-Paul Sartre
   was born in   
Paris, France
1905-1980. Was a French existentialist philosopher who expressed his ideas in novels, plays and short stories, as well as in theoretical works
Jean-Paul Sartre
   wrote   
No Exit
1944 existential play
Existentialism is a Humanism
   was written by   
Jean-Paul Sartre
Philosophy begins with the assumption of human existence as fact
Mrs. Premise and Mrs. Conclusion Visit Jean-Paul Sartre
   was performed by   
Chapman, Cleese, Idle and Palin
Mrs Premise: "How's the old man, then?" Mrs Sartre: "Oh, don't ask. He's in one of his bleeding moods. 'The bourgeoisie this is the bourgeoisie that' - he's like a little child sometimes. I was only telling the Rainiers the other day - course he's always rude to them, only classy friends we've got - I was saying solidarity with the masses I said... pie in the sky! Oooh! You're not a Marxist are you Mrs Conclusion?" Mrs Conclusion: "No, I'm a Revisionist." Mrs Sartre: "Oh good. I mean, look at this place! I'm at my wits end. Revolutionary leaflets everywhere. One of these days I'll revolutionary leaflets him. If it wasn't for the goat you couldn't get in here for propaganda."
Mrs. Premise and Mrs. Conclusion Visit Jean-Paul Sartre
   contains the line   
If It Wasn't for the Goat You Couldn't Get in Here for Propaganda.
I was saying solidarity with the masses I said... pie in the sky! ... I mean, look at this place! I'm at my wits end. Revolutionary leaflets everywhere. One of these days I'll revolutionary leaflets him. If it wasn't for the goat you couldn't get in here for propaganda.
Jean-Paul Sartre
   wrote   
Being and Nothingness
1943. 'Being and Nothingness: An Essay on Phenomenological Ontology'. Philosophy
Jean-Paul Sartre
   created the character   
Antoine Roquentin
Nausea
Jean-Paul Sartre
   created the character   
Valet
No Exit; drama, 1944
Bouville
   was created by   
Jean-Paul Sartre
Dark, cold, rainy and foggy coastal city, from "Nausea", English translation, 1949
Jean-Paul Sartre
   is buried in   
Montparnasse Cemetery, Paris, France
Philosopher and novelist, 1905-1980; buried next to Simone de Beauvoir
Jean-Paul Sartre
   wrote   
Nausea
1938
Jean-Paul Sartre
   wrote   
No Exit
Jean-Paul Sartre
   wrote   
Nausea
La nausée, 1938
Jean-Paul Sartre
   was an   
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Existentialist philosopher, playwright, novelist (1905-1980)






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